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Your projection tubes are messed up. It's a very expensive fix, just get a working TV off craigslist with a smashed screen and reuse your screen itself (usually 100-200$) or just toss the TV and upgrade to an LCD
Try hard reset first==Unplug ac cord overnight,
then try again.Possible signal board trouble--
Practice visual acuity technique==look for CRT
coolant leak on circuit board.
Also suspect PIP PCB==can be by-passed by a knowledgible tech.
I just had this same exact problem. I looked for an answer on here and could not find one. So I took the back off, vacuumed and cleaned everything out with the hose on my house vacuum, cleaned the bulbs and wiggled them around some. Voila !!!! lights on and all is working fine and better then ever. I hope this helps someone fix their problem. Just saved me tons of money and a morning of hassle.